Former Highlanders striker Prince Dube received US$50 000 in signing-on fees after sealing a move to Tanzanian club Azam early this week, the Daily News reports.
The 23-year-old striker will also pocket a salary of between US$3 500 to US$4 000 for the duration of his a three-year deal with the Dar-es-Saalam-based club.
Bosso sold Dube to Azam for US$50 000 and will get more if the player is sold elsewhere after inserting a sell-on clause in their agreement with Tanzanian club.
Dube linked up with his two compatriots at Azam – his former Bosso teammate Bruce Kangwa and ex-FC Platinum midfielder Never Tigere. Speaking during his unveiling, Dube said:
I just want to do good things for the team, I want to score goals and make sure the team does well, we are a big team and we must fight for titles.
I am ready to take up the new challenge because Azam is a big team and as a team, we have to fight for it and be ready to give the fans what they want, to win the title and come to the end of the season, we should be leading, smiling all the way.